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Big whales have had their own world-wide communication network for 70 million years. Only recently have homo sapiens reached the same level. Whales welcome you to join the world-wide communication network. Greetings from Whale .

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Whale-watching was developed in 1953, reflecting changes in the public perception of cetaceans. Whale-watching also provides important benefits for environmental education and cetaceous research. For the first time central European people have a possibility to visit the North Calotte area in Scandinavia for whale-watching. By watching the whales you can prolong the life of cetaceans as a species . This may be the last chance before they say goodbye to this Planet .

Rauno Lauhakangas
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Helsinki Institute of Physics
University of Helsinki, Finland

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